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Smart style Tailored Suite. in a variety ol' the very newest
and' O?st models-*"/ " .. - .
$22.50 and up
And at these prices we present an unusual choice assortment
of models, both distinctive and different in character which,
in style, material and coloring are more varied than in any
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Beautiful Milliner y
A great many new styles have just come forth for this
weeks' shoppers. You may choose from flower trimmed
hats, ribbon trimmed hats" foliage trimmed hats, feather
trimmed hats, wing trimmed hats. The moderate prices
and the large assortments are unusually interesting.
We will make & special showing of Afternoon and Even
ing Gowns Monday, April 10th.
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Coming Here Chautauqua Week
Photo by Matnerte, Chicago.
. .MARCEL CHARLIES.
TV ? ARt'li'iL CI IA K LI ICU ofTthe Chicago Gravid Opera Cosjparif, who direct*
T many of, the* French 'operan fer that organization, was born .tu Liege, Bel
gium, and received, his..nn'r-dcal education at. thc conservatory of (hut ancient
city, lt was his youthful desire to become a piano Kolois't, and with that end
in view he began his studies.. At the ago of sixteen he received several medals
for his excellence tn composition and. harmony and .also;for his profielncy bu
the pianoforte, and a great care?r tras predicted fur bini.
Two years Inter be "was engaged for the Th??tre Monnaie, in Brussels, as
accompanist and was so successful in ?his capacity that when he was twenty
one ho vyns promoted to a directorship and led tnajry of! the noted ?peras pro
duced at that celebrated Opera House, sud many of the world's most celebrated
singers rang'under his baton.
Later be went to Covent ?arden, where be met Cleofor.te Campaulni, now
the General Director of tho Chicago Grand Opera Company. Subsequently
when Caui]ian Maoftro Campniiinl carno to thrt United,States na the chief
director, of tu? Manhattan "Opera House. In New York, hb brought ChnVllcr
with him. He-bi? remained with Oampahini since that time and ls recognized
as a dlfaetof ot discretion and marked ability. .
Mr. ehatller will .sppeAc ^w- on the (sst hight-of-the.Ohtuuanq.ua as one
That Town Will Be Host of
Many Visitors on April
Wcst-mlnetcr, April .1.-Westminis
ter will have a host uf visitors liera
on April 14 fur the girl's elocution
Born, unto Mr. and Mr?. W. T.
McClure, ?r Fair Flay, on March 2?M:?.
at tho home of Mr. and MTB. ES. C.
Marett, of Westminster, a son.
The residence of Mr. J. O. 13. Hal
ey narrowly escaped burning yester
day. |t caught from an oil stove.
Mr. .lack Williame suffered the 6cc
'Jtid stroke of partiyslB yostorday.
Miss Bernice Tannery, eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John P.
Tannery, balbeen quite sick thc past
Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Ballonger, if
Greenville, are rejoicing ovor tho ad
vent, of a son, who came to gladden
their hearts a few weeks- ago. The
littlo boy will -probably bo named
Frank Gilbert. Mr. Ballcngor is a
.mn of Mr. Trank Ballenger, of Av i- !
lon, Ga., aud once resided In this
T ie spring session of Piedmont
Presbytery will convene In tho churcli
it Piedmont on Tuesday evening,
April ??tb, at 8 o'clock. Elder C. E.
Gray has been elected to represent
.ho Westminster church.
MT. David McClanshan, who has
jceu buying cotton at Lavonlu, Ga ,
ms returned home.
Mrs. Joab Stewart, of near Madl
ion. was hero Sunday and Monday to
?20 her son, Mr. A. B. Stewart, who
lias boen quite unwell for t'lic pa*t
Messrs. E. S. Singleton and H.
ll. Duke, of Madison, were in West
minster fo: a ft.*- hours yesterday af
Installation service:-, will bc held in
he Retreat Presbyterian church
?ext Sunday morning. April nth, al
ll o'clock. Two alders and three
lcacons arc to bc installed.
Mrs. Patton ls quite Bick at the
mme of her mother, Mrs. Sarah
Mr. W. C. Haney, of Greenville, re
lurnod home Sunday after spendtnn
several days' near Westminster with
lils'son, Mr. W. J. Haney.
Mr. Jesse Johns, of tao Railway
Mall service, was in Westminster for
a few hours Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Walter H. P.'igsdale or Madi
son was in town Saturday.
Hon. Frank H. Shirley or West
minster, announced th's week fo>.
tlie state senate. Mr. Shirley hus
represented two terms in the house.
He has been faithful in attending to
matters In the legislative halls and In
asking for a seat in me senate prom
ised thc same faithfulness to duty.
? COMING AND GOING ?
Mr. Jack Harris of Pendleton was
imong tho business vtsitort in the
Mrs. R. J. Gamble of Helton was
n Anderson shopping yesterday.
Messra. Jerry McKlnsley and I... A.
'rock were visitors yesterday from
Mr. Graham Simpson of Pendleton
jpent yesterday in Anderson.
Miss Bessie Norris of Greenville
was a visitor yesterday.
Mr. Melvin Ashley of Monea Path
was among the visitors Wednesday.
Mr. Laurin Simpson of Iva spent
yesterday in Anderson on business.
Mr. W. E. Hall of Pondlcton spent
yesterday in Anderson.
Mr.' 'W. Pringle Cook of Iva waa a
business visitor yesterday.
iMessvs. Ed and Sam Whitten of
Pendleton spent yesterday In thc
city. _ ,
Messrs. il.' C. Williams of New
York; J. C. Fehlhardt, New York amt
J. C. 'Butler of Baltimore wore tn
Anderson yesterday calling on the
Mr. John Garrison or Denver spent
yesterday in the city.
SPOONING IN THE
ATLANTA PARKS IS
A THING OF PAST
Atlanta, April 5.--What aro Ute
working girls of Atlanta going to do
this Bummer when their sweethearts
call .in fae evening? Of course they
have no place lu their boarding
houses to receive company, and li's
too hot In the motion picture shows
for courting, and the trolley cars and
streets are no place to have a good
time, "What Is tho matter with the
parks?*' one ls quick to ask. Hero's
the answer and the real point to this
One hundred glaring arc lights' are
going to be:installed in Piedmont
park, formerly the Lovers* /Paradise,
and policemen are going to be as
signed to" the park for the special
purpoae of chasing girls and their
sweethearts off the benches if they
dare to hug and kl BB or sit too close
together,, The city park.commission
ers.^., had one of the bitterest wrangles
in their granglesome (history over the
momentous quotion . ot whether the
park should be kept dark for the
convenience of the lovers, and. final
ly the heartless faction with .po rom
ance in their souls won dut' and or
dered the crisei- lights installed.
For ??rs Matsoiu
Mr?. W. li. Watson was thc honor
ed guest at a beautiful tva given yes*
te vliy afternoon l,y Mts. James
Hast ana Miss Lorena Cummings.
Mrs. M. J. Cummings. fi. S.
Thompson and Mrs. J. D'. MvUac
colvod the unes!?-, at the ?loor .abd
ushered them into r.u receiving linc
which was cmiiV'uscd of, fjo two ' ito -
tesscs, tltelr channing honoree, Mrs.
lt. li. D'.gbn and Miss Della Moseley.
The entire lower floor was thrown
together and mon attractively decor
ated, every imaginable .spring flow
er being titted,- in thc dining room.
Jonquils were used In great' profus
ion. Here. M W. 1). McLean
and Miss Albert! llrock gracefully
presided ut the lea table. Mesdames
Cely, Horton, Missus Jessie Urown,
Louise Uilmer, Merilla Cashin and
Wi. ...clnilnia- Pant nssltXlng in serv
During the appointed hours, about
two hundred guests called.
Miss Lois Jackson of Iva ls visit
ing Mrs. Tom Hill.
Miss Mary Wil'iitc has return -1
from Birmingham, where che Int*
been visiting lier nephew, .Mr
Mr?. t-'um Orr. Sr.. and Miss Lydia
Orr have returned home after ?pcu*.'
ing the winter lu Chicago. ?
Mrs. lt. M. c.-cnn has return*":
from u vbi't'of 'trovaral ".eeks in ii'Utl
borg and Jacksonville.
t ' l\ir tu ip jr I'Jaj.. F??r .fTbJs K \ <. II lng.
The in'bBt ?lnterest'.nV-^v'iH for th'
week und one.In whlc'.l is centered
the interest of the entire town Ls the
County Fair to bc given nt tho'. An
derson th??tre tonight ui?d . toniofrc.v:
night under tho auspices -of tho' lillis
Lod go. ! ?itt A' Af- & '
It ls a cl?armiq^- a?a'altractlyc lit
tle musical' c?tne^'waV-.haR received
tho ?^rt!?e^^*>pn\?i|V^,uld 'taV.or
wherever ?it 'h)^/ba?n; 'gty?n. The; en
tlr? cVpt^lSx??mpos?tl of-local talon'
:hat has. b??n?. beautifully trained
the past few w'eeku hy Miss Hock who
hus charge of Uie whole affair .
New Fencin Champion
. Mrs. Charles ll. Voorhees.
Mrs. Charlos H. Voorhees won what
thc promoters called the national
fencing championship in the tourna
ment Just finitOcd in New York City*
She had nine rivals from Philadelphia
and Nsw York, and though she bad j
never before upneared In a toorna, j
mont she ?aemCd td know moro of the
gume .than those, who had. often con
tested, iii -?i .
Let us malic your Easter Suit.
American Tailors. ?A f
* Two ?MM jfefgL .0. 4? '*
Norfolk, Apr. 5~Oipt. J. H ; Thay
er;, of- th? ^threoi 4n?8ter.. Ehylo A.
Bayles, of Bangor, Maine, a nd one
other '/of thejcrew.' aro believed i-t?I
hav? been lost when''a Hf eb cat shore
ward bound clps6^;ints:jftetttys?B>? !
Tb? schooner wfa'Stranded .' -in v's j
heavy;fog: . ? '. vc->... '/*?'./
Every hit of dandruff disappears rif
ler'one of two applications of Dan
derlno rubbed well-Into the scalp with
the finger tips. Oct a 25-cent bottle
ot Danderlne at any drug store and
save your hair. After a few applica
tions you can't find a particle of
dandruff or any falling h&Ir, niul the
scalp will never itch. :"'':'.>
WILL BE SPLENDID
Ladies of Baptist Church to Put
on Highly Interesting
(Special to The Intelligencer.)
Townvllle, April .">. Tho school ni
D:i? place Is going on nicely timi
seems to be growing from thc stand -
pulnt cf population too.
Wc uro proud ot Professor Hagan
us principal, us wo Know that he ha?
tried to Interest the pupils. There
hasn't been a ningle boy that wc
favor ot' the getogethor spirit
uche or some excuse to go home and
skip u class. We are very much lu
ifavor of the get together spirit
among the people of tue community
In the future tor tanking thu school
more attractive Tor the pupils espec
ially the new building which is to
j Le erected in tho near future, and
i will be equipped With all modern
I So us we have just mentioned Hie
j behool ls *nioVlng along to all ex
i Severa! from here attended thc
I Fields Dav exercises ul Walhalla last
Miss Winnie Urubus spent the week
end lu Wai'alla visiting relatives and
Mr. Pascal Grubby, who has been
teaching the Bcavcrdum school is ni
The budy oT Mrs. hula (Jault: of
this place was laid to rest in Smith
('hapc! cemetery recently.
Mrs. Gantt was a devoted Christian
lady and was always cheerful and al
!tenttvc to home duties, lie - husband
I having* prececded her to the grave
1 some few years ago, Bf?O also has en
tered the pearly gates of Jerusalem,
where she will rihig (he praises of her
redenmer eternally. Beautiful fun
r al services were conducted by her
.astor. Hov. Mr. Lupo.
Mrs. Gantt was a sister of Mr. J.
A. Broylea of this place and G. M.
Uroyles of Anderson. Much sym
pathy Ls extended to this family In
the loss of this dear lady who was
taken from us before her allotted
number of yours were passed.
The ladles embroidery club will
hold Its ro?r?!r.r meeting next Thurs
day, livery mrnber is urgently re
quested to ne pr'.sent, as Miss Lillian
BnalgrcMe, the county demonstrator
of domestic sclonce will bo pr?tent
and a very Inter-sting meeting ls ex
pected. Tho next meeting will be at
tho home of Mrs. Ti. H. Price.
Mr. and Mrs. Blaklcy King of Oak
way \vere_ guests at the Mountain
View hotel last Sunday.
Tho ladies Aid Society of the Bap
tist church. submits tho following for
publication. On Wednesday evening,
April the littth, tho play, "Cupid's
Partner," will be given in tho school
auditorium beginning at 8:?JO o'clock.
A small admission fee will bc charg
ed, t'.e proceeds which will he given
In payment for the'.new parsonage,
therefore, the public is spocially ln
Following arc the names of those
who will represent the different char
Sybil Harlow-Mis? Carrie Stewart.
PanBy Harlow-Kathleen Lander.
Helen Freeland-Winnie Grubbs.
Beatrice Montfort-Miss Lillie Gal
Ethel Richards-Miss Marlon Camp
Muriel Austin-Miss Bessie Hunks.
Mrs? Freeland-??ra. P. S. Mnhaf
Mrs*. .Jardine-Mrs. J. D. Babb.
Mrs." Mulchcy-Miss Susie Sharp.
Eva Mulchcy-Miss Al ino Nichol
Dandelion Magg-MIHS Fnnnlo Stov
Mist Hill-Miss Alice Smith.
"GOOD SPORT" DID
NOT FORGET PALS
IN ATLANTA PEN
Atlanta, Ga.. April i.-Thcro used
to l>o a mun in the United state;
penitentiary in Atlanta named Fred
erick Hyde. He was a California
millionaire and thc finest sport that
over walked through tho dcors of the
Institution. He treated his term In
the prison as a holiday and a magnifi
cent opportunity for studying types
cf human nature and making his fel
low prisoners happy.
He was thc man who furn h.'- ed the
money to buy musical instruments
and baseball uniforms and other pris
on paraphernalia when the prisoners
couldn't raise the price. When he
finished out bis term and left the
orison they gave him the.most won
derful ovation a man ever received?
Returning to his old home tn Cali
fornia and uis old haunts and friend -,
Frederick Hydo ?\i? not forget his
friends in the federal prison, although
he wu-i sailing a steam yacht and
driving a high-powered automobile'
and haying a good time generally.sOn
the anniversary of hts dismissal yes
terday, from .tho pentlosntlary tho
wai den' rece 1 ved a huge express pack
ago addressed to "Tho Boys of the U.
'S. P., !A|??nta, Ga.," and on opening
lt be found a complete outfit of new
baseball uniforme for "Pie Commo
dores" with the request that a team
in tho federal prison league be given
this name and that they wear the uni
forms in their gaines.
day*, go to Cos Stationery
Co. for your tops. .
Be cure to hear Ute College Glee
Ciao in the college auditorium
next Monday eve?*ng nt 8:30.
Plenty of music and a good laugh
is assured. Admission 25 cents.
s See These New
lu conjunction with "The Fourth Scmi-AnnuoJ
Gossa rd Proclamation of Authoritative Corset
Styles," wc aie placing on exhibition a full linc of
models of thc beautiful new corsets which will ser
thc styles for \vc)l dressed women this seaton.
Our illustration shows thc general lines that thc style
makers have decided on, but nothing less than a per
sonal inspection will give you a satisfactory idea of their;
beauty and comfort.
If you arc contemplating thc purchase of a new frock: I
or suit, you should by all means purchase your corset
first. Thc corset is thc foundation of your entire appear
ance, and no frock, no matter how expensive, will b^
Stuart unless your corset lias thc correct new linc?
For Every Figure
In our complete assortment of thc new slyics in Oossanf
Front Lacing Corsets, wc have . model for every known
type of figure. The prices lun Ire* $2 to $25, depending
upon the material used. The low?.?- priced Gossard* aro
coircct in style, and will give splendid wearing service.
Our experienced corseticres will be glad to give yoi?
their expert advice and a ucrsonal fitting at any time.
ThqyLacQ In front
\ Gossan! Corsets set thc correct styles- for the enttrc?j
civilized world. These styles for tl** next six!
months are just out. Sec them,at your earliest con^
vcnicncc if you would bc correctly attired.
The Bright Spot
-?11 beautiful new
styles, made with High
waist - lines . und plain
flare skirts with tucks
andi? folds', excellent
quality Crepe de Chine
and T?llela,, also *Tat
They come in black
and beautiful shades uf
Copen, Rose a n d
"OH, I DIDN'T INTEND GETTING
AN EXPENSIVE DRESS TODAY"
a woman said when thc saleswoman brought out .one of.
these dresser; but she hadn't seen thc price ticket, she was
judging from appearance. When we told ber that the
dress was a S 12.50 number, she was enthusiastic about it,
as any keen judge .of. values would be.
Abo in the showing of pretty new Dresses here today you
will find some excellent values in pretty white wash silk
conin?enc?inent dressa.*- They show good quality and dis
tinctive though simple fashioning. Bailes* Special price,
only $7.50 Each.
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